Loaded the bike at 10:00 AM, and made my way to Querétaro. The ride was easy and not too much traffic, but it later rained after I checked in my hotel. I am staying at a Best Western, which is located about 10 minutes from then center of the city. I arrived around 1:00 PM, and unloaded my gear, and decided to go downtown to take a look around. Historic downtown Querétaro is really nice, and I really enjoyed the Spanish colonial setup of the city. I has these nice little park areas inside every block or so. The city is larger than San Luis, but has its own good feel to it. I stopped in one of the parks to grab a bite to eat, and I must say, that it was the best meal I have had thus far…the dish was called Pollo Tamara…chicken served in a orange sauce with coriander seeds. Tomorrow I will probably head back to the historic district to see if I missed anything special.
Me, Karina, and David at the Ibis Hotel in San Luis...they both spoke English
Me and David...he gave the best advice to me in San Luis